Managing and coordinating projects, from analysis through implementation, sounds easier than it is. As well as cross-department impact, most of our projects also impact business units in different countries.
As a project manager you are responsible for meeting timelines, budget, quality, and resource commitments. You will also monitor and report on schedule progress and activities, resource utilization, and issue resolution/escalation.
As our sales channels, systems, service and product solutions become increasingly digital, a growing number of projects are IT oriented. The Information Technology Project Manager role involves managing and coordinating the overall direction of full project lifecycle IT projects from analysis through implementation.
As a Project Manager...
Managing projects involves determining project deliverables and timelines, developing a project plan and managing to the plan, coordinating and leading meetings, and preparing meeting minutes and status reports. As a Project Manager, you will work with the team to resolve issues and coordinates the activities of the project team, which may include individuals from multiple teams, departments, and locations.
To succeed in this role, you will have excellent verbal, written, and communication skills. These positions require an ability to successfully adapt to diverse people and situations, manage conflict, proactively resolve issues, and complete assignments on time. Strong technical and analytic skills are crucial in these roles.
Types of vacancies
Project Coordinator; Project Manager; Manager, Project Management; IT Project Coordinator; IT Project Manager; Manager, IT Project Management